Endangered is proud to present the debut EP from Sixty Feet Deep; a British DJ/producer duo who have weaved together an atmospheric 4-tracks of Progressive House & Melodic Techno.
Tom Sala and Ashley Mellor, known collectively as Sixty Feet Deep, each hail from different parts of the UK. Their musical journey is rooted in their mutual love of the underground House scene, and began after meeting each other at a London warehouse party. Having already performed DJ sets together both in the UK and mainland Europe, they're now ready to release their debut EP 'Monolithic'. Brian Cid heard the rich tapestry of Sixty Feet Deep's sound, and felt that it would fit perfectly with the cinematic style of Endangered.
The title track is the opener, and the tone is set with a deep and hypnotic number. Subtle vocal samples allude to the feeling of discovery, and a pulsating synth resonates throughout and lures you deeper into a trance. Following is 'Drift', and comes with an energetic groove from the drums and bassline right off the top. The percussion and subtle arpeggiated synths that kick in ahead of the break elevate the groove, and the journey through the darkness is fully in swing. The 3rd track is 'Element', and this one moves to more of a progressive vibe. Smooth and hypnotic, the light at the end can now be seen from a distance but is still out of reach. 'Cielo Nubilosa' is the finale, and is the most melodic track of the collection. With an angelic melody combined with driving drums, the listener is left in a place of balance. An appropriate ending to an outstanding debut.
'When working on this EP we wanted to create a rolling and progressive experience that takes your imagination on a journey, starting with a deep groove and ending with an uplifting melody. We couldn't be happier for this EP to have its home on Endangered.' - Ash & Tom